doddle doddle

Definition(s):

  • (n) an easy task

Usage(s):

  • For most people setting up a home wireless network is a doddle.

News

  • Superstar Highline 780-40 bar – in brief review

    The rather bright , affordable Superstar Highline 780-40 bar comes in just about every colour known to man, so if hue-matching is your thing you’ll be in your element here.  Unsurprisingly, the 780-40 has a 40mm rise and is 780mm wide. If you want to trim it down there are cut marks, but they don’t denote widths. Setup is a doddle thanks to the centre lines, which help with getting the bar ...
    on June 19, 2013     Source: BikeRadar

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  1. "He thought it was a doddle up three, he thought he ran more than Fraizer Campbell but we'll show him the video," Pearce added.
    on Jun 8, 2009 By: Stuart Pearce Source: ESPN

  2. Ferguson added: "The only concern I had tonight was that with the chances we created in the first half we didn't kill them off. I thought technically they were very good it could had been a doddle if we had taken all our chances. We didn't...
    on Oct 18, 2006 By: Sir Alex Ferguson Source: Irish Times

  3. Mr Prescott joked: "After working with Brown and Blair for more than 13 years, Hislop and Merton should be a doddle. I promise it will be a belter. And the show should be pretty good too."
    on May 29, 2010 By: John Prescott Source: Telegraph.co.uk

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